Welcome to the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Human Services.
The department offers a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree in four undergraduate programs.
Click here to view the brochure (pdf) for Sociology.
The department also offers minors in these three areas: Sociology, Criminal Justice, Project Management Cert.
The department offers one graduate degree: a Master of Human Resource Development .
The department is located on the third floor of the Center for Learning and Technology (CLT) Building.
With their emphasis on understanding human behavior and institutional development, these programs can lead students to challenging careers in human service or prepare them for advanced graduate education. Our graduates are prepared for professional positions in government and private industry or given the confidence and knowledge to pursue their own entrepreneurial dreams.
Our criminalistics lab exposes students to the latest techniques and procedures in crime scene investigations, while our state-of-the-art smart classrooms involve our students in non-traditional learning techniques and enhance traditional instruction with computer based approaches.
Our knowledgeable faculty and staff guide students through progression plans to timely graduation and make the educational journey exciting through challenging internships in professional settings.